Interpretive signs to be dedicated Saturday
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[September 16, 2010]
Main Street Lincoln is pleased to
announce the culmination of their cell phone interpretive project,
which encompasses the installation of the Abraham Lincoln Heritage
signs. The signs were made possible by an Illinois Abraham Lincoln
Bicentennial Grant and Main Street Lincoln. A total of 49
interpretive stops are included in the cell phone tour, with 29
sites indicated by Lincoln Heritage signs, significant markers or
On Saturday, the following signs will be dedicated, initiating the
cell phone tour of those locations. The public is invited to attend
all dedications. The dedication schedule on Saturday is as follows:
11 a.m. -- Carroll
Catholic School, 111 Fourth St.
11:30 a.m. --
Veterans of Foreign Wars, 915 Fifth St.
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The cell phone tour is complete and each Lincoln Heritage sign
will have attached an identifying plate with the cell phone and stop
numbers listed. A pamphlet has been produced that will have all
sites and stops listed.
Main Street Lincoln
109 S. Kickapoo St.
Lincoln, IL 62656
Wanda Lee Rohlfs, executive director
[Text from file received from
Main Street Lincoln]